Halls Head Central to open in March after $55 million redevelopment


An artist’s impression of the new centre.
An artist’s impression of the new centre.

HALLS Head Central opens on Thursday, March 17 after a $55 million redevelopment by co-owners Vicinity Centres and property fund manager ISPT.

The new centre will be three times the size of the previous incarnation.

Halls Head Central includes a transformed Coles and new Kmart, 56 specialty stores and one of WA’s first Aldi supermarkets, which opens in June opening in June.

Food options for customers include Jamaica Blue, Lone Star Rib House, Pizza Hut, Zambrero, Magic Noodle Bar, Health Freak Cafe and Matsu Sushi.

The centre also hosts Halls Head Gourmet Meats, Vodafone, Telstra Store Zone, Mobile Tech, EB Games, Priceline, Mister Minit, Specsavers, Flight Centre, Helloworld, Bright Eyes, Sanity, Liquorland, RAC and Silver Sponge Hand Carwash.

Six new businesses specialising in beauty, health and wellbeing are also part of the expansion with Redz Supercuts, My Place for Hair, CP Massage, Fashion Nails, Haven Medi Spa and Zubias Beauty.

Homewares and gift stores include Pandora, Robin’s Kitchen, Andrew Ralph Diamond Jewellers, Thingz Gifts, The Reject Shop and Smokemart.

The new retailers join existing stores Muffin Break, Halls Head Chemmart, Bakers Delight, Noni B, NewsXpress, Blockbuster, Crystal Surf & Skate, Razor for Men, OPSM and Crossroads.

Customers will be able to park in one of 1000 parking bays.